This fun and, yes, ok, maybe a little bit weird dessert was inspired by one of our favorite holiday movies: ELF! Specifically, the spaghetti scene where Buddy the Elf tops his spaghetti with maple syrup, chocolate syrup, M&Ms, marshmallows and a chocolate Pop Tart. INSPIRED! No, really. We were inspired.
Chocolate chip cookie recipes are all near and dear to my heart. I have tried so many over the years in search of the recipe and am always more than happy to taste test (both the batter and cookie, of course!)
Have you ever wondered why the boxed kind of Rice Krispies Treats are so good? Like, even better than the kind you make in your home kitchen? To me, the boxed kind has this underlying perfectly buttery flavor that is just... chef's kiss.
And now to continue our peppermint fun, I present to you a recipe for HOMEMADE PEPPERMINT MARSHMALLOWS! These are exceptional. They are so good that I willingly spend my days standing over boiling sugar and corn syrup in the name of fresh marshmallows.
Last week we shared the actual recipe for our Peppermint Brownie cake pops. I know, I know. What were we thinking!?
Peppermint Brownie cake pops are always one of our top selling flavors of the holiday season. They are the perfect blend of dark chocolate and that oh so Christmassy mint flavor we all love around the holidays.
Browning butter takes butter (something that is delicious as-is) and puts it in an elite category of other over the top, out of this world, can't live without it, need more right now food things. Although now that I think about it, there is nothing else in this category!